I have noticed almost a million (for real!) threads today alone on problems with the Froyo OTA update. Here is a simple but powerful method to eliminate most, if not all of them. I compare OTA updates to upgrading Windows versions. It is always better to do a clean install aka a hard reset because upgrading can only lead to problems that you will undoubtedly blame on the OS/company/product rather than the actual upgrade. If any of you have strange issues that don't seem to be very widespread, or even if they are widespread, hard resetting is always the key ingredient in figuring out if your problem is indeed a software bug or a strange upgrading anomaly. How do you hard reset? One of two(maybe three) ways. Unrooted users may utilize the bootloader/android approach. Android: Settings>Privacy>Factory data reset Bootloader: hold the volume-down key while pressing power (after unit is powered off) until the white bootloader appears. From here you may choose to do a factory reset. Rooted users may utilize both the options above as well as the wiping method in your Recovery of choice. NOTE: Always make a backup before hard resetting as this will erase all your data. microSD cards are unaffected by hard resetting. Unrooted backup of choice: MyBackup or MyBackupPro. MyBackup has a 30 day trial period, this is good for those who don't think they will need to use the backup more than a few times. However, I highly suggest buying the Pro version, as you never know when you will need it, and it is always good to have a backup program anyway. Rooted backup of choice: Titanium Backup/nandroid backup. nandroid backups and restores are available in Recovery. If an AF/Google/XDA search yields no results, I would continue on to this method. Once you have completed this step, and the problem persists, then a thread should be made. It will help cut down on the clutter in the forums as well as help isolate real issues instead of creating tons of threads on issues that aren't really issues. Lesson complete.